The Stranded

The Stranded

Summary

Welcome to the Arcadia.

Once a luxurious cruise ship, now it is home to the stranded. For forty years, they have lived, and died, on the water.

A place of extreme haves and have-nots, gangs and make-shift shelters, its people are tyrannized by a country they can see but can't get to. A country that says it doesn't want them.

Esther is a loyal citizen, working flat-out for a rare chance to live a life on land. Nik is a rebel, intent on liberating the Arcadia once and for all.

Together, they will change the future . . .

WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE STRANDED:

'A pacy, gripping read that plunges you into this near-future dystopia from the first page.'

'A real page-turner, with relatable characters and lots of twists and turns . . . if you loved Station Eleven this will be right up your street'

'This is honestly one of the best action centred books I've read in a while! Think Titanic meets The Hunger Games!.'

About the author

Sarah Daniels

Sarah Daniels is an ex-archaeologist who escaped academia and now writes stories from her home in rural Lincolnshire. Her work has been published in various online magazines and has been nominated for Best British and Irish Flash Fiction and Best Small Fictions. This is her first novel and part of a duology.
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